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Dodgers 5, Pirates 2: How they scored

| Friday, Sept. 22, 2006

Dodgers first (Shane Youman pitching)

Kenny Lofton reached via a fielder's choice for the first out. Olmedo Saenz homered to left with one out; Lofton also scored.

Dodgers 2, Pirates 0

Pirates third (Chad Billingsley pitching)

Jack Wilson reached via a fielder's choice for the second out. Wilson advanced to second on a wild pitch. Freddy Sanchez singled to center; Wilson scored.

Dodgers 2, Pirates 1

Pirates fifth (Billingsley pitching)

Jose Bautista doubled to left with no outs and advanced to third on an error by Marlon Anderson. Shane Youman singled to center; Bautista scored.

Dodgers 2, Pirates 2

Dodgers fifth (Youman pitching)

Rafael Furcal walked with one out. Lofton reached on an infield single; Furcal advanced to third.

(Josh Sharpless pitching)

Lofton advanced to second on a wild pitch from Sharpless to Saenz. Jeff Kent walked with two outs. J.D. Drew walked; Furcal scored.

Dodgers 3, Pirates 2

Dodgers eighth (Brian Rogers pitching)

Kent singled to right with no outs.

(John Grabow pitching)

Drew singled to right; Kent advanced to third. Russell Martin singled to right; Kent scored, Drew advanced to third and Martin was thrown out attempting to advance to second. Marlon Anderson laid down a suicide squeeze bunt for the second out; Drew scored.

Dodgers 5, Pirates 2

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